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During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in Richmond, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John's Church. Richmond's economy is primarily driven by law, finance, and government with several notable legal and banking firms, as well as federal, state, and local governmental agencies, located in the downtown area.

Population: 200123
Local Newspapers: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double A Baseball) VCU Rams
Local Colleges: Virginia Commonwealth University University of Richmond

Zip Codes associated with richmond, virginia: 23219 23220 23221 23222 23223 23224 23225 23226 23227 23228 23229 23230 23231 23233 23234 23235 23236 23237 23294
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Richmond News
LifeSpire of Virginia begins major expansion in Richmond

LifeSpire of Virginia, a provider of continuing care retirement communities for seniors throughout Virginia, has started construction on a 166,590-square -foot multi-phase expansion of its Lakewood Community in Richmond. This project, which the company said was made possible in part through a $24 million loan from SunTrust Bank, will include 64 new, independent living residences including two hybrid homes, a clubhouse, a maintenance building and a lake in the center of the community.

Virginia State Trooper struck on I-95 released from hospital

"At approximately 5:00 a.m. a Virginia State Trooper was performing a slow roll in his vehicle to alert and slow traffic due to a previous crash at southbound Interstate 95 at Boulevard in Richmond," a Virginia State Police spokesperson said. "A 1998 Honda CRV driven by Richard Jones, 53, of Aylett, Va., was traveling southbound and struck the Trooper's vehicle on the right rear quarter panel.

Women who made history in last elections have made a mark on Virginia's House

In this Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 photo, Del. Danica Roem, D-Prince William, looks over legislation during the House session at the Capitol in Richmond, Va..

The Sword Talks Musical Evolution, Tom Petty & the 'Star Wars'/Doom Metal Connection

J.D. Cronise, lead singer and guitarist of Austin hard rockers The Sword, doesn't ask for much, but he would like to make a suggestion to fans who buy tickets to their shows: Please chill out a little. He's talking about their disposition, mostly, but also their musical preferences.

The young women are ready: Changes to camp provide leadership opportunities

A new Young Women camp guide meant to be more "globally applicable" will be released spring 2018. Changes to the Young Women camp program include the elimination of certification and an emphasis on the participation of youth leaders.

1 confirmed case of mumps, another suspected at VCU

Health officials in Richmond have confirmed one case of mumps at VCU and are investigating a second suspected case, according to an alert from the university. Mumps is a virus transmitted by respiratory droplets through coughing/sneezing, kissing, sharing drinks or lip balm, and contact with contaminated surfaces.

VA could phase out the use of canines in existing research projects

The department on Tuesday announced that it aims to reduce future research on canines by initiating a 'rapid, in-depth internal review of existing canine research projects.' The move comes after a series of 8News investigations uncovering painful and deadly dog experiments underway at McGuire VA Hospital in Richmond.

Northam calls Virginia lawmakers back to Richmond for April 11 special session on budget

Legislators met Saturday with Gov. Ralph Northam inside the state Capitol just before the House and Senate adjourned. Legislators met Saturday with Gov. Ralph Northam inside the state Capitol just before the House and Senate adjourned.

$19 train tickets available from Richmond to D.C.

Looking to get out of town? Amtrak is making travel a cheaper option for folks looking to take the train with its Northeast Regional 3-Day Sale. "Starting Tuesday, Mar. 13 through Thursday, Mar. 15, customers can receive discounts on one-way fares to visit the most popular cities in the Northeast, including New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and more," an Amtrak spokesperson said.

Charlottesville car attack witness sues Alex Jones, others

In this April 17, 2017, file photo, "Infowars" host Alex Jones arrives at the Travis County Courthouse in Austin, Texas. Brennan Gilmore, a former State Department official who became the target of harassment after posting a video showing the car attack during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, is suing right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and others.

VDOT: Use extra caution during Tuesday morning commute

VDOT says Richmond area roads are in clear to minor condition, meaning that icy patches may be present on wet pavement. Their crews are patrolling the roadways and will address any slick spots with salt and sand until pavement temperatures rise.

Ex-doctor gets 50 years for murder in rare 'no body' case

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Breaking Benjamin announces headlining tour dates

Breaking Benjamin has announced a U.S. headlining tour in support of their forthcoming album, Ember . The spring outing, which will feature openers 10 Years , begins April 25 in Richmond, Virginia and wraps up May 16 in Clive, Iowa.

Canon & Draw Brewing Co. now open in Richmond's Fan District

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Update: Heaviest snowfall is now over for Richmond; flakes will end this evening

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Art for Understanding: A Collaboration of Richmond Ballet, Matter of Color and Binns of Williamsburg

Art for Understanding: A Collaboration of Richmond Ballet, Matter of Color and Binns of Williamsburg began as cultural exchange with more than 85 Israeli citizens - dignitaries and artists traveling to the united states promoting cultural understanding. The group visits Williamsburg this week with events benefiting Richmond ballet's 'Minds In Motion' and thousands of fourth graders here in Virginia.

Gator Gourmet is Back

RICHMOND, Va - Chef Joe DeFazio of DeFazio Catering was in the studio today. He told us about his service called Supper Made Simple and showed Jessica and Bill how to make Thai Fried Shrimp.

Dog a Stellaa goes unclaimed after animals seized from Richmond pet hotel

A dog has yet to be reclaimed by her owner after animals were seized from a Richmond pet boarding and training facility last week. Stella, a six-year-old boxer mix, was dropped off for boarding at the Animal Motel, located at 2412 N. Lombardy Street, last Thursday.

Richmond-area students prepare to walk out of class Wednesday as part ...

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Volunteers team up with YMCA to clean up Richmonda s northside

Instead of working out in the gym, children and adults picked up trash and cleaned up sidewalks along Old Brook Road. "Social responsibility and our signature program is togetherhood," YMCA of Greater Richmond director of volunteer and community engagement, Katie Gholson, said.

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